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Richard Brautigan - I Live In The Twentieth Century

I live in the Twentieth Century 
and you lie here beside me. You 
were unhappy when you fell asleep. 
There was nothing I could do about 
it. I felt hopeless. Your face 
is so beautiful that I cannot stop 
to describe it, and there's nothing 
I can do to make you happy while 
you sleep.

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Poet: Richard Brautigan
Poem: I Live In The Twentieth Century
Year: Published/Written in 1950
Poem of the Day: Jan 10 2014
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